Eva Jäger Arts Technologies Curator & Co-Department Lead, Serpentine
Eva Jäger is Curator of Arts Technologies at Serpentine. She commissions artists working with advanced technologies and produces the work alongside their teams, designing novel approaches and philosophies of new tech. The foundation of the Arts Technologies programme is located in an evolving R&D Platform that supports the development of infrastructures for ongoing artistic exploration and interrogation of advanced and emerging technologies through a number of labs and strategic briefings. In 2021, the team published “Future Art Ecosystems: Art x Metaverse,” which considers how the perception, experience and production of art are transforming with the advent of the metaverse.
Eva is co-investigator of the Creative AI lab, which operates between the R&D Platform and and King’s College London's Digital Humanities Department, along with Mercedes Bunz and Joanna Zylinska.
Eva has her own creative practice, working as one half of Legrand Jäger, a design studio researching applications of computation/information/analysis/predictive technologies.